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Living in Barcelona

Barcelona the Perfect Spot for a Wedding

Written by Kerry

Barcelona is the perfect place to get married with the sunny climate and it’s often called the ‘jewel in the Mediterranean crown’. It’s based in the North-East of Spain with an abundance of beautiful settings for weddings.

The stunning landscapes from the rocky coves of the Costa Brava to the golden beaches of Costa Dorada. It possesses the majestic mountaintops of the Pyrenees Mountains to the breath-taking views of Tibidabo.  You’re spoilt for choice at which one of these prime locations that you can hold your wedding.

The breath-taking views from Tibidabo

There are three main airports: Barcelona International Airport and Girona and Reus, which both have regular service buses into the heart of Barcelona. It’s one of the main tourist cities in Spain and for that reason it is in abundance of accommodations to suit every budget they stem from hostels, caravans and hotels with a variety of price ranges. This makes your wedding expenses as lavish as you require and can be affordable for your guests.

The public transportation is fast and easy-to-use. There are touristic hotspots throughout the city of Barcelona who offer a helping hand in a variety of languages; therefore you never have to worry about not speaking the native language, Catalan.

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The beautiful buildings of Romanseque, Gothic and Modernist make Barcelona one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe.  The city has a wealth of history and is lively by day and magical at night.  There are so many shows and cultural events which occur especially from October to July each year that you will always be entertained for free in one of the many hot spots throughout Barcelona.

Barcelona at Night

The smells and aromas of the local cuisines will have your guests gasping for more.  The Spanish pride themselves on their fresh food and wine.  Therefore, most of the fish is caught on a daily basis, seafood at some restaurants the guests choose which delicateness should be served up for the night, vegetables, meat tends to be cooked from various parts of Spain and the wine produced in local vineyards.  Most of the vineyards are award winning and the Catalans pride themselves on their popular, Cava which they serve in all restaurants and bars.

Whichever location you choose within Barcelona, you and your guests will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the cuisine and the wine.

About the author



Kerry is a journalism student and a blogger living in Barcelona.

1 Comment

  • Hi Kerry I’m looking for a good wedding venue to host 150 people and must have at least 16 double bedrooms for close family. I need it to be totally private for 3 days from June 13-15 2019 so as to host a three event with the wedding on the June 14th. The other guests can stay at nearby hotels. Thanks John

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